Project No. 101121693

METAVERSING – Civil Society Cooperation in the field of Youth FPA

Aifed from Granada, Spain is leading the network composed by 12 organizations in Europe, developing activities for Youth Organizations, in The Metaverse and face to face. SCIENTIA NOVA Association is project partner in this partnership.

Metaverse is a virtual world that we can enter using a set of technological and digital devices. It is a place where you have the ability and the power to do things that you could never do in the real world without leaving home. The process towards a better awareness of this new virtual world is called “metaversing”

Through this first year of cooperation, our Network (made up of NGOs from different European countries, which support European youth policies) will work in one direction to develop activities that empower, encourage and enrich Youth with new opportunities and ways to participate and take on an active citizenship role in society.

The main objective of this project is to bring young people closer to the virtual worlds, and we, together with the members of our Network, will provide young people with digital skills and make them better citizens for what is to come, the metaverse. In this new virtual reality, attention to the environment, climate change, inclusion, and gender equality is no longer just an idea, but these concepts must be understood and applied to everyday life, especially for those who are called ‘digital natives’, the young people.

The cooperation Network created for the development of the ‘Metaversing’ project brings into focus Youth so that they achieve survive the changing world ability, which will help them understand, react, and survive in the new virtual world, by reducing this new world, discrimination, violence, and non-environmentally friendly actions, in short, a better world.

Here is the link where you can find more information Metaversing.

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